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minm2gz
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i just posted "making out" and you replied it was pre-cum which i sorta knew but wanted to check. Pre cum can get a girl pregant even when you are fully clothed right? if this is true how would this happen?

THANX


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glitter695
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Well you cant feel *pre-cum* so I didnt think that you were fully clothed. Im sorry for the confusion.

BUT if you were fully clothed, and no *pre-cum* or ejaculated came through your clothing then you have no risk of pregnancy.

You can also check out the artical Whats The Risk?

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